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Claire Bufalino plays Two Old Hippies 8/29 with Rachel Seiler and Kären McCormick

 If you're in the market for a fierce country singer-songwriter, Claire Bufalino is one to watch (and listen to!). Her EP Boys in Khakis was released last year, but according to YouTube there's new music in the works! In the mean time, I'm still listening to "Khakis," a song with a killer chorus- "in those khakis and a button down / lookin' like you came from your grandma's house"). Bufalino's witty lyricism and fearless approach to songwriting makes for some pretty great, down-to-earth, brutally honest music. The singer-songwriter is hosting a round at Two Old Hippies tomorrow night, 8/29. Catch her live there with Rachel Seiler and Kären McCormick. -Geena Kloeppel

 

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Patch Release Single "Empty Then" In Anticipation of New EP

 Three years of tinkering, experimenting, and waiting have finally come to a close with the upcoming release of Patch's new EP, Sweet Blood. Patch, an indie folk quartet with a dark undercurrent, have been releasing music since 2011 and split their time between Austin and Chapel Hill, NC. Their first new single, "Empty Then", is a brooding and building track that dips and crests with ease. Frontmen, Benton Allen and Taylor Tazewell, have a unique chemistry that is on display with an infectious chorus and beautifully orchestrated instrumentals. Patch is back, and their lachrymose melodies are peppered with enough turmoil and drama to keep you engaged and wanting more. Check them out Tuesday, August 28th at Hotel Vegas in Austin!

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Amy Darling's debut EP is a reminder to everyone that women are slaying in rock'n'roll

 Can someone please put more rock'n'roll ladies on our radar? Thanks. I'll start you off- with Amy Darling's debut EP Rock'n'Roll Woman, a four-song exposition that fuses your favorite classic rockabilly textures (Jackson Browne, Steppenwolf, a dusty saloon...) with a heap of female assertion and power. The title track is the edgiest of the four, but the slightly slower "Flip the Bird" is just as sonically stunning, if not even a little more interesting. My only qualm about the record is its length: if only there were more songs! Looking forward to a full length in the future! Catch Amy Darling's EP release show on 9/5 at American Legion Post 82. -Geena Kloeppel

 

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Video Premiere: "Mary Don't Bury Me" - Dominy

Being interrogated under the threat of force in a basement, transported in a trunk, and forced to dig one’s own grave doesn’t sound like the ideal adventure. However, when that scenario comes to fruition as the playful plot of Dominy’s “Mary Don’t Bury Me” video (directed by Bob Sweeney), it’s a reminder that everything doesn’t have to be taken so seriously. The song’s loose, catchy melody and humorous, laidback lyrics put one in a surprisingly pleasant mood. Sometimes, when surrounded by the grimness of the outside world, it’s important to remember that you can always make your own fun. "Mary Don't Bury Me" can be found on the band's new four-song EP Dry Pleather.





Folk/Country

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09:00
Band name: 
Emma Charles
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/events/909182575943023/
Venue name: 
The Bitter End
Band email: 
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